Artisans on the Avenue, Bohemian Pink, Chestnut Hill Sports, El Quetzal, ellelauri, Jonesy’s Accessories, Quelque Chose, REBEL, Sara Campbell, Serendipity, TC Unlimited, Villavillekula and the Chestnut Hill Business District participated in the inaugural Chestnut Hill: Fashion’s Night In on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. The 45-minute virtual fashion show was hosted by Kathie Meadows, Chestnut Hill Business District’s Director of Business Development.
To ensure the safety of participating stores, each retailer will stream from their store and have the opportunity to showcase an entire outfit and discuss each individual piece. Chestnut Hill Fashion’s Night In is meant to connect local businesses to the people that matter most — their loyal customers. Continuing on the success of the #KeepItOnTheHill campaign, 5% of the proceeds will be designated to the new Chestnut Hill Community Development Corporation Small Business Grant.
“The Chestnut Hill Business District is proud to host a virtual fashion show featuring 12 of the apparel retailers on the Hill,” said Meadows.
“In coordination with the #KeepItOnTheHill Campaign, we recognize how important it is to continue to support small businesses during this challenging time,” Meadows said. “We created Chestnut Hill: Fashion’s Night In to promote some of our retailers while entertaining those quarantined at home.”
This is your chance to see the newest fashion trends, support your favorite Chestnut Hill stores, ask your apparel-related questions, and spend time virtually with friends. Paris Bistro has provided a specialty cocktail recipe in advance for all to enjoy an “Easy Peasy Quarantini” during the fashion show! El Poquito has their delicious blood orange, passionfruit or regular margaritas prepared and ready for pick up. So order some guac and chips and your prepared margarita by pint or a quart, settle in at home and enjoy the fashion show!